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09fordfx4

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Hey everyone, so I plan to hopefully be able to ride my outlaw this winter since I don't have a snowmobile anymore. I was wondering if I should re-jet it for the colder temperatures or not. the coldest I would be riding in would be around -20C (-5 ish F)

 

Or would changing around the air/fuel screw be enough? 

thanks in advance. 

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I suppose it depends how close your jetting is to begin with.... and to some extent, what needle youre using.  JD Jetting uses a needle that tends to "overlap" the Pilot/needle/main jet circuits more than most.  For those using his kits they can usually just raise the needle a notch or 2 and fine tune the idle mixture screw.
  If you're using another (or stock) needle, then you might want to raise the needle a notch (or 2) and go up some on your main jet, then fine tune your idle with the mixture screw.  If you have to turn it out more than 3 turns you may want to go up a size on your pilot jet. 
  Have fun and dress warm.  lol

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Thanks. as far as I know it's stock jetting. 


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